Student Safety Training


March 1, Prince George Sandman Signature, 2990 Recplace Drive, Res: 250 645 7263
March 13, Vancouver  Coast Plaza Hotel,  1763 Comox St., Res: 1-800-716-6199


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About the Event

How can we prevent bullying and ensure safe and caring school communities in our schools?

The First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) and the BC Ministry of Education are pleased to invite you to a one-day workshop that is designed to expand your skills in bullying prevention and in building safe and caring school communities.

As part of the Province’s Expect Respect and a Safe Education (ERASE) strategy, the Ministry of Education is working with lead provincial trainers to offer this training for educators and community education partners.

The training is being offered to First Nation schools, public schools and independent schools and the upcoming Prince George and Vancouver sessions are being offered in collaboration with FNESC.

First Nations education coordinators and First Nations school teachers/administrators are especially encouraged to attend.


Suggested attendees:  BC First Nations school teachers and administrators, First Nations education coordinators, First Nations District Principals, public school staff and district staff.  Registration priority may go to First Nations community/school-based personnel.

(Capacity 60 people per session)

Accommodation: Reservation numbers are in the schedule above.  Quote “FNESC” to get the group accommodation rate.    

Schedule: Breakfast 8:30 am, Workshop 9 am – 4 pm (Lunch provided)

Travel and Hotel Reimbursement: Travel reimbursement and up to 2 nights hotel accommodation reimbursement (if required) is available for one representative per First Nations community (Band) to attend their nearest workshop.  A second community representative can apply for hotel/travel reimbursement is not guaranteed.  Claims must be post-marked with 30 days.

Information: Jennifer White, Sr. Communications Officer, FNESC  1-877-422-3672


  • Established in 1992, the First Nations Education Steering Committee is an independent society led by a strong and diverse board of 105 First Nations community representatives.

    FNESC is committed to improving education for all First Nations students in BC.